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by Tommy Harivaldo

a frogfish with a nudibranch, together side by side. even different species, but they need each others. just like us.

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by Margriet Tilstra

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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Suzan Meldonian

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Red Tiger striped Hippocampus erectus
Sailfin Blenny
Mooon jelly
Southern Stargazer. You can see the electrogenic "eyebrows".
Arrow crab studying his own reflection.
shortlistedShortlisted! it safe to come out yet?
Baby octopus coming out of mouth of a bottle
Moon Jelly Aurelia aurita near surface.
Barely there.... Kuna Goby at the bridge.
Coral pol- "lips" inverted
Seaweed Blenny
She's baaaaack! Don't move a muscle, maybe she won't see me.
Flamefish emerging
Something different in the way of "worm-tales" ... a Scaly Worm. Amazing armour.
Hybrid Angel fish, part Blue and part Queen. Although they are supposed to be sterile, I have seen groups of young ones.
Dragonet close up
French Angel close up
Dr. Eeevil
Happy Halloween
Shrimp relaxing or sunning itself. Just sat out on this little branch with his legs crossed. Taken with 10x Subsee diopter. Super small.
Nowhere to run.
Baby squid- about 2 inches long. I was captured by the light showing through the pectoral wings and showing 4 points and the mouth seems to have teeth
Purple Anemone
Japanese Bon Festival, releasing of the lanterns to honor family members who've passed.
Tiny Baby Seahorse in the weeds. Just like kids, they get all covered in whatever they've been playing in!
.. I seeeeeee you.
Rock Beauty
Moon Jelly by Moonlight. Even though toxic, little juvenile fish find safe haven under the cap.
428 Entries Found: Page 8  of  16